Annual Assassin's Creed releases not an issue, says Ubisoft

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Posted 10:36am on Tue 2 April 2013
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Annual Assassin's Creed releases not an issue, says Ubisoft
Providing the quality remains high.

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Posted 10:36am on Tue 2 April 2013
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Well if more people are buying it, who's to say that doesn't imply quality, right Ubisoft?
Posted 10:54am on Tue 2 April 2013
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Is anyone else here dyslexic and have a visual disorder like me and thought for two seconds the headline was Anal Ass Creed?
Posted 11:01am on Tue 2 April 2013
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Is anyone else here dyslexic and have a visual disorder like me and thought for two seconds the headline was Anal Ass Creed?

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n is practically an upside down u so that means they cancel each other out and just disappear. "assin's" disappeared because you were reading videogamer.com as sins washed away. I can't explain the apostrophe. That's just weird.
Posted 11:03am on Tue 2 April 2013
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n is practically an upside down u so that means they cancel each other out and just disappear. "assin's" disappeared because you were reading videogamer.com as sins washed away. I can't explain the apostrophe. That's just weird.

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Must be because it's early in the morning and half asleep. I thought for two seconds it was an April fool from yesterday or something Tongue
Posted 11:17am on Tue 2 April 2013
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It's not an issue if sales figures keep climbing for Ubisoft (AMIRIGHT?) but I find it hard to get excited about annual releases. I love, absolutely love, waiting for a game that has taken years to develop and produce, especially if it's part of a series. By the time it comes out I'm keen to jump back into that world and I truly cherish it if the game meets my expectations. That's why I'm so hyped for the new GTA. It's been almost five years since I bought GTA IV and, having taken a break, I'm ready to jump back in.
Posted 11:43am on Tue 2 April 2013
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It's a problem for me, I'm still on Revelations and I've burned out on the gameplay already. Not sure I could stomach another so soon.
Posted 11:46am on Tue 2 April 2013
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It's a problem for me, I'm still on Revelations and I've burned out on the gameplay already. Not sure I could stomach another so soon.

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I can see myself giving the franchise a break with this new one, hated the naval missions as well in 3.
The story is finished to me after 3 anyway and that was the main reason I got Assassin's Creed 3 so early as I was worried I would encounter spoilers.
Posted 12:07pm on Tue 2 April 2013
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It's a problem for me, I'm still on Revelations and I've burned out on the gameplay already. Not sure I could stomach another so soon.

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I really liked the original AC. Have played and finished the 2nd one though I thought it was repetitive as hell - basically the same as the original, but larger maps so more running/walking between repetitions.

I'm probably about halfway through Brotherhood, but I have Revelation and ACIII sitting on my shelf atm waiting. Even have the Vita game. You know what though - I think I'm done with the series. Not buying anymore.
Posted 12:14pm on Tue 2 April 2013
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I really liked the original AC. Have played and finished the 2nd one though I thought it was repetitive as hell - basically the same as the original, but larger maps so more running/walking between repetitions.

I'm probably about halfway through Brotherhood, but I have Revelation and ACIII sitting on my shelf atm waiting. Even have the Vita game. You know what though - I think I'm done with the series. Not buying anymore.

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If you are not intrested in the story or Ezio I would stop at Brotherhood mate. It goes really downhill after Brotherhood.
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